(most common name)
The Speckle Park, as a new breed, began development in Saskatchewan in 1959. It started with a mix of Shorthorn, Aberdeen-Angus and a white-park-color-patterned bull (that was not a White Park).
The Speckle Park is a polled breed; registration is not allowed for horned or red animnals. Typically they are color-sided with speckled hips and shoulders and a face that is black or black-roan. White with black points and solid black coats are also allowed.
The Speckle Park can also be found in Ireland.
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